What We See and What We Say Using Images in Research, Therapy, Empowerment, and Social Change
By Naamah Akavia
May 24, 2017
The motif of human movement has long been understood as central to Hermann Rorschach’s strikingly innovative inkblot experiment. But owing to Rorschach’s untimely death a year after publishing his famous work, Psychodiagnostics, the world has lacked an adequate understanding of how he came to put ...
By Ephrat Huss
May 24, 2017
Image-based research methods, such as arts-based research, can fill the absence of the voice of impoverished, under-privileged populations. In What We See and What We Say, Ephrat Huss argues that images are deep and universally psycho-neurological constructs through which people process their ...
By Sheri Bauman, Donna Cross, Jenny Walker
December 17, 2015
In 2010, the International Cyberbullying Think Tank was held in order to discuss questions of definition, measurement, and methodologies related to cyberbullying research. The attendees’ goal was to develop a set of guidelines that current and future researchers could use to improve the quality of ...
By Margaret Nelson Agee, Tracey McIntosh, Philip Culbertson, Cabrini 'Ofa Makasiale
October 29, 2012
Filling a significant gap in the cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary literature within the field of Pasifika (Polynesian) and Maori identities and mental health, this volume focuses on bridging mental health related research and practice within the indigenous communities of the South Pacific...